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holder today praised the libyan government's response. it's a challenging environment in which to operate but i think we have done pretty well given the circumstances in which we find ourselves and we found ourselves able to move about and do the things that we have wanted to do because of the assistance we've gotten from the libyan government as well as from some of our other allies >> sreenivasan: a u.s. house committee holds a hearing tomorrow on the consulate attack. in pakistan, a taliban gunman shot and wounded a 14-year-old activist known for promoting girls' education. malala yousufzai was hit in the head and neck during the attack in the swat valley region. doctors said the wounds were not life-threatening. yousufzai spoke out on girls' education at a u.n. children's assembly last year. the taliban called her work "an obscenity" in a statement claiming responsibility for the attack. one out of every eight people on earth is going hungry, according to a u.n. report today. that comes to 870 million people, but it's far below the figure of one billion announced in 2009. the u.n. foo
that is operating out there on a network. it's our government infrastructure, our public infrastructure, water, the electricity grid. the grid is a massive concern right now. this issue, this cybersecurity, cyber hacking, theft of information, interference with our systems, it doesn't get the sort of coverage that it needs to get. it's still as a threat to the u.s. national security interests. it's still kind of lurking there in the shadows because of course we've been focused on the war on terror, on iran, on syria, you know, the arab spring, and so it does not get the coverage. i'm very glad that you guys are leading with this story. connell: it also could be -- you are ight about the angle then which is what we led with today about the war on terror and the possible retaliation for this video and everything else, but adam brought up the idea -- and this has been in the news this week of our relationship with china and this company 60 minutes focused on over the weekend, and you have another company zte which the house pommittee yesterday talked about. this is a murky area because obviously
'll support the libyan people's efforts to forge a lasting government that represents all of them. and i'll vigorously pursue the terrorists who attacked our consulate in benghazi and killed our fellow americans. >> eli lake has been out on the libya story from the beginning with what the u.s. knew. he joins us once again with increasing information on this. so, i want you to clear up something. you've been reporting today about the militia and some leaders of that militia in benghazi, who were allied with our mission there, but then said we're done with you because you don't like who we support for our new leadership. was that accurate? were they threatening to pull that work away and leave us less protected? >> that's based on the notes of september 11, 2012 cable that was approved by ambassador chris stevens on sort of the benghazi situation overall. it was one of the most interesting bullet points in the three page cable back to washington and i think it shows that in libya right now, there is an effort to try to build serious national security institutions, but those are very early,
after that incident. > departments in the bay area feeling the squeeze as the government cuts grants to help those departments. figures show that this year the government cut $140 million in financial aid to local fire departments. california was already hit with a two million dollar reduction in federal fire grants in 2010. the united states fire administration which helps local firefighters is also poised for a budget cut. >> they are limited dollars. locally they struggle with budgets at the federal level. >> reporter: oakland officials say their department is dealing with tough economic times and they say they will have to start looking for other sources of revenue if grants continue to dry up. >> now to the election coverage. romney has taken a slight lead over the president. according to polls, in the five- days after last week's debate 49% of likely voters say they support romney, 47% say they back obama. however, among all registered voters, the president still holds a three point lead over romney. >> the folks behind seasame street asking the obama campaign to stop runnin
loans that ultimately cost the federal government hundreds of millions of dollars in insurance claims. wells fargo is alleged to abuse the federal housing ministration program by recklessly handing out loans and forcing the government to foot the bill when borrowers could not pay. in a statement, a u.s. attorney in new york said -- the suit comes two months after wells fargo agreed to pay a settlement for at least $175 million for discriminating against african-american and latino borrowers. the head of turkey's military is ruling to respond with more attacks if mortar fire from syria continues to hit turkish territory. speaking earlier today, turkey's chief of staff said turkish forces would use "greater force" in the event that shelling from syria hits the turkish side of the border turkey has launched strikes inside syria and deployed additional troops to its border after shelling last week from syria killed five turkish civilians. at a summit in belgium, the nato secretary general said his military alliance is prepared to act against syria to defend turkey, but declined to specify
windows all around. that night it turned into a trap. government sources say stevens personal security guard managed to climb out a window, perhaps this one where the bars were removed. the question is why stevens left behind in the dark and the smoke didn't follow. his body was pulled from that same window by a crowd hours later. the september 11th attack wasn't the first on the u.s. consulate. it had been bombed in june. on september the 8th, a commander of one of benghazi's most powerful militias met with three americans, one from the u.s. embassy to warn them about deteriorating security. >> translator: benghazi is not safe. >> you told that to the americans. >> translator: yeah. >> reporter: the brigade commander added that he didn't think his advice or warnings were really taken to heart by americans. but that meeting had been called to discuss the possibility of americans' private investment returning to benghazi but the subject was even under discussion considering the circumstances is remarkable. >> the taliban said it is responsible for the attack on a 14-year-old pakistani g
. as a pastor, my support for question 6 is rooted in my belief that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. north korea... &pclaims... to... ave missiles... that can reech... thee.. american / mainland...// the.... latestt threat... from pyongyang -- / this... after... a recent agreement ... between washington ...and... south korea --/ to... extend the range... oo... seoul's... ballistic missiles....//. the... state department,.../ today's claimm... from.... pyong--yang:.../// north... kooea's... foreign minister.... plaaed... the blame... on... the... united states.../// a california man is under arrest, acccsed of driving his pick
, of course, the reality of governance and the reality of what he was able to do and what he really wanted to do and what his priorities were didn't necessarily match up with the rhetoric of 2008. so they may be feeling a little disillusioned. the other thing is democrats who think that mitt romney stinks and is a terrible candidate, and the republicans are absolute cuckoo birds. the fact that romney could box the president's ears on wednesday, that mitt romney could beat him probably doesn't do much to make people feel good about the way their candidate's odds are. megyn: yeah. it's led to even the new yorker, which is not exactly a right-leaning publication, we got a sneak peek of their cover, and it shows romney behind his lectern, and he's arguing against the empty chair, the title will be "one-on-one," we're told. if any event, it's just one indication of where this election may stand as of today anyway. chris, thank you. >> you bet. megyn: well, the enthusiasm polling is only one of a dramatic series of surveys in the last 48 hours. we will speak with a university of colorado profess
on this man next tuesday. >>> the federal government is suing san francisco based wells fargo. the feds accuse the -- in order to get federal loan insurance. the government is hoping to recoop hundreds of millions of the dollars of federal housing administration paid out after borrowers defaulted. wells fargo deny it is allegation. this is the fifth bank to face the allegations. >>> wall street numbers fell. the dow lost 110 points, nasdaq fell 47. heated in large part by silican valley chip making giant intel. >>> the price of gas hit an all time high. in san francisco aaa reports the average gas of a gallon of regular costs $4.74. that's up a fraction from yesterday. in san jose that same gallon costs $4.67. prices in oakland fell to $4.68 a gallon. >>> a teen accused of the theft of a celebrity car. wade is accused of stealing a yellow lamborghini that belonged to guy fierri and in a break out attempt in juvenile hall where he was being held until his 18th birthday. >>> fire investigators say that nearly eight fires in just two weeks may be related. the latest fire burned manor lane in wes
government. >> we're not going to stand for the chinese government have any influence on our networks in the u.s. if you do business you need to give information. they have not done that. >> that is why he joined mike rogers to urge american businesses to steer clear. they believe if those companies get contracts, hackers or saboteurs could access critical information. >> the critic -- the public is not aware of how serious these attacks are. they could attack a major bank or a stock market. >> imagine not having access to your bank account. imagine hospitals having fluctuating power systems. >> an economist agrees but he cautions it will cost more to telecom work around the two chinese mega-corporations. >> we might be paying more for the work if it had not been done by a chinese firm. we want security but i would suspect many will want to pay the lower monthly bill. >> paying more will protect americans from the staggering losses hackers can exact. >> we have lost over $300 billion of trade secrets. we have had hackers, mostly china stealing information from our countries and gettin
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industrial supplier. he wants smaller government and is voting for mitt romney. >> i think that is the central question in this election. what is the size, the role, and the scope of government and what is its cost? >> both candidates will be looking for more supporters in this state right up to election day. susan, cbs news, columbus, ohio. >> but don't worry, soon enough the candidates will be back in virginia as well. >>> there's a new report that says pro and antigambling forces are spent more money on their ad campaign that was spent on the entire maryland governor's race. voters will go to the polls in november to decide whether or not they want to expand gambling in the free state. the baltimore sun reports, more than $35 million has been spent so far on that issue alone and that is more money in the total outlay of the martin o'malley, robert ehrlich campaigns in 2006. penn national is fighting a proposal to develop a casino at prince georges county. >>> more problems tonight for the former d.c. council chair, kwame brown. kwame, or should i say, mr. brown has bee
>>> this morning, targeted by terrorists. >> the government changes its story about that breakdown in bengha benghazi. it was terror after all, not angry protesters, killing the u.s. ambassador. and the issue is front and center at a hearing on capitol hill. >>> on the campaign trail. a new, softer side of mitt romney. his family urging the change, as polls show him closing the gap in battleground states. >>> airport arsenal. a boston man detained at l.a.x., after what border agents found in his luggage. body armor, weapons, even body bags. >>> and snoopy on the silver screen. the big announcement. charlie brown and the gang, in a brand-new movie. >>> good wednesday morning. i'm sunny hostin, in for paula faris. >> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. we begin this wednesday, with tough questions ahead on capitol hill today, about last month's attack that killed the u.s. ambassador to libya, as well as three other americans. >> the title of the house committee probe speaks volumes. it's called the hearing on the failure in benghazi. tahman bradley is here with a preview. good m
. but that night it turned into a trap. government sources say stevens' personal security guard managed to climb out a window, perhaps this one where the bars were removed. the question is why stevens, left behind in the dark and the smoke, didn't follow. his body was pulled from that same window by a crowd hours later. the september 11 attack wasn't the first on the u.s. consulate. it had been bombed in june. on september 8, jamal busha'la, a commander of one of benghazi's most powerful militias, met with three americans-- one from the u.s. embassy-- to warn them about deteriorating security. >> ( translated ): benghazi's not safe. >> reporter: you told that to the americans? >> yeah, i tried to. >> pelley: liz palmer joins us from benghazi. liz, that rebel commander had pretty specific warnings. is there any indication the state department took them to heart? >> reporter: he said that his impression was -- his advice was sort of shrugged off. but that meeting, i should add, was called with the commanders to discuss the possibility of american private investment returning to benghazi, that they
likely to say it was because of his position that the government should spend less or that the government should be smaller. >> reproductive rights. >> reproductive rights and that, by the way, primarily for young women is about birth control. it's not really a bedroom issue, more of a bank account issue. >> can i ask you when i was reading through -- i got the transcript, i was reading through the unedited transcript and i have to say i was really kind of shocked that he went into the contraception issue and talked about his daughters. >> absolutely. and i had the opportunity to interview him in 2008 and he did the same thing. i mean, he really does personalize health issues when he's talking about women's cancer issues, he references his mother's struggles with ovarian cancer -- >> it's kind of weird to have a dad talk about his teenage daughters when it comeso the national issue of contraception. >> it is. it's one of those things that some candidates are comfortable with and others nor not. i think the point he was trying to make was not to politicize his relationship with them one ho
to the mexican government, but if they did get him, experts say that's a big victory. here is a form d. a. agent today on studio b, listen is a warning bell to every other cartel leader. these guys walk around with targets on their back. that's the strategy because if you're wondering about the next step you take outside, if you're going to be locked up or killed, you're less able to operate your illegal activities. >> remember, this is all coming from the mexican government, the u.s. state department and the d.e.a. still have not confirmed the death of the leader of the zeta cartel. >> shep: trace gallagher in los angeles. thanks. federal prosecutors say a major united states bank cost taxpayers millions and millions of dollars and now the government is suing that bank. the charge? mortgage fraud. executives say look out, feds, you're in for a fight. plus, five years ago today, the stock market hit record highs. a bit of a different story tonight as europe's money troubles cause more chaos in the streets. quite literally. that's coming up as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the
: just think about that last line, gas-free commuting. that's one of the reasons why the government is giving big subsidies on cars like this. it retails for sticker price $45,000. but you can get about $10,000 in discounts a big chunk of that coming from the government. they want people to be in these types of vehicles. >> all right. len ramirez in the south bay, thank you. >>> now to find the cheapest gas in your neighborhood, log on to cbssf.com/gas. >>> it's not a done deal yet but the alameda county sheriff is looking into using drones to help fight crime and as soon as that word got out people raised concerns about privacy. cbs 5 reporter john ramos on the technology and the apprehension. >> reporter: from his 12th floor office, alameda county sheriff greg ahern has a bird's- eye view of oakland's lake merritt. and that's a useful view it have when trouble is breaking out, as well. so for that reason -- >> started looking into the potential usage of a drone within alameda county sheriff's office. >> reporter: the sheriff's office used to have a helicopter. but it became too e
at the capitol. after a year long investigation, the panel is warning the government, as well as private businesses, to avoid wawei technologies and zte corporations. they're among the nation's leading telecommunications companies, and both deny posing a threat to the u.s. >>> 5:35 is our time. nats fans will have great memories of the first postseason game. nats beat the cardinals in game one of the national league division series. >> and a line drive to right field. coming on in, it's a base hit. beltran throws it back in, but two runs score. and moving on second on the throw to the plate is tyler moore. >> that hit pretty much won the game for the nats. tyler moore drove in two runs with that pinch-hit in the eighth inning. it made the score 3-2, and that was the final. that obviously made some folks excited. so many nats fans rooted on the team from sports bars and restaurants here in washington. some fans we spoke to say they have supported the nationals since they moved here seven years ago. they say it's about time they have something like this to cheer about. >> awesome, awesome.
forums online. the candidates are answering our questions. today's topic the role of government big versus small. >>> 4:32. investigators are looking for the gunman who shot and killed two men while they were driving through west oakland. police received reports of shots being fired at the intersection of filbert and 10th just before 10:00 last night. the two victims found dead inside their car a block away near 12th street. so far, police have no suspects or motives. >>> hundreds of people turned out in hercules to remember a woman murdered in her home. mourners marched behind the husband and children of susie ko last night as they walked to a vigil. her body was found on friday. her husband had called a neighbor to check on her after she didn't pick him up at the airport. police say she had been stabbed and suffered blunt-force trauma to the head. >>> i was so devastated. i couldn't believe it was really happening. but, of course, it did. >> last homicide we had here was 2010. we have only had 5 homicides in the last 11 years. >> the fbi is assisting in the case because police in
to rub shoulders with some of the most powerful people in syria. government ministers, foreign dignitaries, and even the syrian president. for five years, omar claims he worked in the presidential palace, his main job was propaganda. >> translator: i was a member of the press office in the presidential palace. we met and manufactured news and see how we could distribute and publish these lies. we invented stories that would help justify the crimes committed by the syrian regime. >> reporter: omar says he was a member of a 15-person team working under long time government spokeswoman bethaynia shaban. omar's job was to trash the defectors' reputations. >> translato we contacted regime loyalists from lebanon and syria to aper as guests. to say the defectors were bad and corrupt. >> reporter: now omar is one of those defectors and he's offering details and impossible for cnn to independently verify about how the syrian president has coped with the uprising. how did bashar al assad's behavior change over the last year and a half? >> translator: he seemed worried all day long. we ra
are completely banned. her visit comes as greek government officials attempt to pass another $17 billion in cuts in order to qualify for more eu bailout money. >>> thousands complaining about health problems two weeks after the explosion at that chemical factory in south korea. at the time of the blast, five people were killed, 18 were injured. the resulting toxic leak has sent some 3,200 people to hospitals. they're suffering from headaches, nausea, soar throats and severe coughs. >>> 71 medical marijuana dispensaries in los angeles were given to today to shut down. but many are still operating and may be able to stay open. the city council reversed itself last week. "the new york times" reports there may be as many as 1,000 dispensaries in los angeles, maybe more, which far outnumbers starbucks locations there. >> all right. weatherer wi er witer wit er wex ba ba baumgartner is attempting to break the sound barrier. he's trying to break a skydive record that's stood for more than 50 years. so we are going to have live coverage of this event throughout the morning right here on cnn. >> yes, we
for programs. will testify before the house government oversight committee on wednesday. the classified and unclassified physical security standards were designed to give an ambassador and his security team an hour to burn classified documents and call in a military evacuation. >> seems to be a coordinated effort between the white house and the state department from secretary clinton to president obama's white house. there was a very conscious decision made, i believe, my personal opinion, is that they wanted the appearance of quote, unquote normalization there in libya and building up of an infrastructure, putting up barbed-wire on our facility would lead to the wrong impression, something that the administration didn't want to have moving forward. >> reporter: congressman chaffetz who has just returned from libya says there was no discussion when he was there on the ground of the video or that clip from youtube and how it had any role in that attack. jenna. jenna: a lot to listen for when we have tomorrow's hearing. what are we expecting? >> reporter: well, we will be hearing from the
the role of government, big versus small. >>> two men are dead this morning after a gunman opened fire on their car driving through oakland. police received reports of shots being fired at the intersection of filbert and 10th just before 10:00 last night. the two victims found dead inside their car a block away near 12th street. so far, police have no suspects or motives. >>> contra costa county now an outpouring of grief and support after the murder of a retired schoolteacher there. hundreds of mourners marched behind the husband and the children of susie ko last night as they walked to a vigil. her body was found on friday. her husband had called a neighbor to check on her after she didn't pick him up at the airport. police say she had been stabbed and suffered blunt-force trauma to the head. >> i was so devastated. i couldn't believe it was really happening. but, of course, it did. >> last homicide we had here was 2010. we have only had 5 homicides in the last 11 years. >> the fbi is assisting in the case because police in hercules do not have all the necessary resources. authoritie
tomorrow night. >>> the federal government is suing wells fargo bank in new york for thousand of loan defaults spanning the last decade. the lawsuit claims wells fargo falsely certified that its loans met the requirements necessary for government insurance. the government is hoping to recover hundreds of millions. it says it had to pay out to cover loan defaults. >>> well parts of lake michigan are looking a lot more like the high seas. take a look at the big waves churning out there. fueled yesterday by wind, topping 50 miles an hour. the walters were so rough, a car ferrying canceled service and gusting wind knocked out power to more than 1,000 folks. see, if paula was here, michigan native. she would have lots to say. from michigan. i'm from jersey. so i don't. >> ha-ha. i'm from manhattan. >> exactly. here is a look at your wednesday weather -- rain from fargo to duluth. and marquette, michigan. snow showers to the north. cloudy with a few sprinkles new york to d.c. showers in new england. scattered thunderstorms around miami, west palm beach. showers along the california coast. >
our questions. today's topic, the role of government, big versus small. >>> jerry sandusky still maintains his innocence but a judge sentenced him to decades behind bars. cbs reporter randall pinkston has more from the courthouse. >> reporter: jerry sandusky wore a red prison jumpsuit and said nothing as he entered court to hear his sentence. the judge ordered him to spend 30 to 60 years behind bar or as the judge put it the rest of his life. it was his first public appearance since he was convicted in june on 45 counts of sexually abusing 10 boys. sandusky made a rambling state first saying i didn't do these alleged disgusting acts. he said he came to court hoping to his his wife there to support him. he said he misses his family and dog and read a letter from a child he said his charity helped. >> jerry never flinched from his position that he was innocent and that he wanted the opportunity to prove his innocence and that he would not entertain any plea offer. >> reporter: the most emotional moments of the hearing came from the victims all three in tears as they recalled being
. >> reporter: the federal government still has to approve the billion dollar plan to remove the dam. and every day health assessment teams carefully wash the fish for any sign of disease. for now, at least, there is reason to celebrate. >> there we go. >> thanks to the salmon's robust return. kristen dahlgren, nbc news, klamath, california. >>> that is our broadcast on a tuesday night. thank you for being here with us. i'm brian williams. we hope to see you right back here tomorrow evening. good night. >>> right now at 6:00, it's decision day. we're live as the supervisors prepare to vote. >>> and surveillance drones could be coming to the bay area. >>> at nbc bay area, reality check as san jose voters prepare to decide whether to raise the minimum wage. >> nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening, everyone, thanks for joining us. >> happening now, the 10-month drama surrounding the sheriff is
to cut the government subsi subsidy. the corporation for public broadcasting receives $445 million. that's less than 1/100 of the annual federal budget. an estimated 8 million americans watch sesame street every week. let's huddle up around the water cooler to watch jimmy fallon quietly maybe starting to put on the best mitt romney going. here he was last night. ♪ >> it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood, beautiful day for a neighbor, would you be mine. won't you be, won't you be, please won't you be my neighbor. ♪ please won't you be my neighbor. of course there's a good chance you already are my neighbor since i own so many homes. thank you manuel. hello, neighbor. you see this? it's called a wallet. and inside of a wallet, well, that's where money goes. now, do you know what money is? i'm guessing no because you're watching public television. oh, there's somebody at the door. wonder who it could be. it's a good friend, mr. obama. >> hello, mr. romney. >> hello, mr. obama. you remember mr. obama, right? last week at the debate, mr. obama taught us all a new word. choke. mr. obam
that the government should treat everyone equally. i would not want someone denying my rights based upon their religious views, therefore i should not deny others based upon mine. it's about fairness. this law does not force any church to perform a same sex marriage if it's against their beliefs. and that's what this is about. protecting religious freedom and protecting all marylanders equally under the law. join me in voting for question 6. >>> contestants whipped up their favorite dishes using squirrel meating. they made things from bacon wrapped squirrel wings to poppers. they eve chopped up whole rodents. >> it has its own unique taste. it has a rougher texture and a game mier taste -- gameyer taste but it's good. >> the winning dish -- squirrel sliders. >> will's not enough bless you's to help this dog. oliver came down with a serious case of the sneezes. she said oliver is sensitive to the black pepper in his family's dinner. >> sneezing wasn't one of the competitions but most pet lovers think their pet scan doian thing. these doggies are taking part in an like style competition fr
that the government should treat everyone equally. >> reporter: ads for and against question 6 flooding the air waves. now, gallaudet university is in hot water for reportedly signing a petition this past summer calling for putting question 6 on the ballot. in a statement today announcing that dr. mckaskel is put on leave. it recently came to my attention that dr. mccaskill has participated in a legislative initiative. however, other individuals feel differently. i will use the extended time while she is on administrative leave to determine the appropriate next steps. we tried to reach out to dr. mccsmc mccaskill but got no answer. >> as the president, the provost, that separation of personal and private life is kind of gon. >> that doesn't mean she'll vote for it. it means she's supporting people's right to vote, in my opinion. and people are reading too much into it. >> reporter: spoke by phone of pastor derrick mccoy leading the push to get the issue on the november ballot. ody just floate name out. where does the infringement on free speech end? >> reporter: the opposing group also came out tonig
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